Author-Actress Patricia Bosworth dies due to COVID-19 Coronavirus at the age of 86
Honknews– Author-Actress Patricia Bosworth dies today due to the COVID-19 cause due to Coronavirus at the age of 86, Patricia Bosworth, an actress who starred alongside Audrey Hepburn and wrote biographies on stars such as Montgomery Clift and Marlon Brando, has expired due to the coronavirus.
Patricia Bosworth, a celebrity who starred alongside Audrey Hepburn and wrote biographies on stars such as Marlon Brando and Montgomery Clift, has died due to the coronavirus. She was 86.
Bosworth’s stepdaughter, Fia Hatsav, told The New York Times that pneumonia caused by the virus had been the cause of death. Bosworth died at New York on Thursday.
Bosworth played a nun contrary of Hepburn in the 1959 classic”The Nun’s Story.” Together with penning bios for Brando and Clift, she also wrote biographies on famous photographer Diane Arbus and actress Jane Fonda, who photographed Bosworth in a Greyhound bus ad.
Bosworth played with a nun opposite of Hepburn from the 1959 classic The Nun’s Story. Together with penning bios for Brando and Clift, she wrote biographies on actress Jane Fonda and famed photographer Diane Arbus, who photographed Bosworth at a Greyhound bus advertisement.
Her biography on Arbus functioned as the base for the 2006 movie Fur: An Imaginary Portrait.
Under the tutelage of Lee Strasberg, Bosworth studied acting along with Fonda, Paul Newman, Steve McQueen, and Marilyn Monroe at the Actors Studio. Bosworth worked on Broadway and starred in television shows such as Naked City and The Patty Duke.
Bosworth turned her focus from acting to focus on a career in journalism as a successful editor and author. She was an editor for Many publications including Screen Stars, and wrote for New York magazine and The New York Times, McCall’s and donated to Vanity Fair.
Memoirs were written by her about her own life in 1998’s Anything Your Little Heart Desires: An American Family Story and 2017’s The Men in My Life: A Memoir of Love and Art in 1950s Manhattan.